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Old 28th October 2015, 14:13   #451
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My friend's company Innova which is around 7-8 years old has just clocked a massive 442,000km!! Still going strong with only regular service undertaken.

Toyota's legendary reliability shows itself once again!
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Old 13th November 2015, 19:08   #452
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My 2011 Figo ZXI TDCi at 92k kms now. Co-brother's 2005 Baleno VXi just crossed 1.5L kms yesterday. Both are very well maintained cars.

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My 2010 figo TDCI crossed 1 lakh on odo this august.This car was bought based on team bhp reviews and extremely happy with the product.
Great Going Esu Junior. Do you have the Figo still ? How much have the services past 1L mark costed ? My SA was quoting 35k for 1.2L km service which includes timing belt replacement as well. Wondering if Figo will burn my pockets in the coming months or years. I love the way she drives and would love to keep it as long as it drives well without major issues.

Would like to hear about your experience past 1Lakh mark.
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My 2011 Figo ZXI TDCi at 92k kms now. Co-brother's 2005 Baleno VXi just crossed 1.5L kms yesterday. Both are very well maintained cars.



Great Going Esu Junior. Do you have the Figo still ? How much have the services past 1L mark costed ? My SA was quoting 35k for 1.2L km service which includes timing belt replacement as well. Wondering if Figo will burn my pockets in the coming months or years. I love the way she drives and would love to keep it as long as it drives well without major issues.

Would like to hear about your experience past 1Lakh mark.
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Figo is still there because of feel good factor.Me too planning to keep figo as long as there are no major repairs.1 lakh service costed me around 15k which includes replacement of v-belt and two pulleys associated with it,rhs tie rod along with periodic service.Two months back (odo-102600kms)timing belt was replaced along with tensioner and idle pulley,since exceeded 5 years.Bill was 8100rs including labour.As of now everything seems to be fine.....
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1.5 lakhs+ kms on a puny 100 cc bajaj CT 100 will count? Other then that, i have only crossed 1 lakh km on our Mahindra Scorpio, 2.6 Crde. Used it for 5 years and 1.4 lakh km without any problem.

I recently saw an ad in olx of a Skoda fabia 1.4 tdi, selling nearby, checked it out, car had done cool 278000 kms and was still going strong. Felt pleasantly amazed at the feat as I own one too.
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Looking at the Innova odometer readings in this thread, I guess my Innova is just running in at 172,000 km😀.

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Happy to join this thread with my 2005 Honda City GXI (Dolphin) just crossing 150,000 KM.

The engine and CVT automatic transmission are - touch-wood - still going strong, untouched by any troubles.

Over 10 years I've only had to overhaul the suspension and change the AC condenser coil once besides a couple of ICMs that shorted.

Even today, the interiors are creak-free with sub-5K regular service costs and 12 KPL (city) to 13.5 KPL (highway) mileage.

Happy motoring :-)


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We had 1998 Bajaj Caliber with us for 10 years. When we sold it in 2008, it has clocked more than 100,000 Kms without any issue. Only regular servicing was done through out its life and replacement of normal wear and tear parts like brake pads. It was gem of a bike and never gave me any trouble. I still misses it :(
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I own a WagonR F10D which has done 1.08L kms as on today with stock engine and gearbox. Changed the clutch plate and timing belt at 1L kms. Regular oil changes (mineral) and shell petrol keeps it going giving a reasonable mileage of 12-14 kmpl in city.
The car shows signs of a suspension overhaul and yes it rattles a lot.
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My dad's 2005 Toyota RAV4 recently crossed 200k kms. We were planning to upgrade but the RAV4 does its job perfectly. New seat covers and a detailing session should do the job for now.

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My dad's 2005 Toyota RAV4 recently crossed 200k kms. We were planning to upgrade but the RAV4 does its job perfectly. New seat covers and a detailing session should do the job for now.

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Is this RAV4 in the USA or in India? The picture suggests the latter but I was never aware of RAV4s being sold in India.
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Congratulations!

Is this RAV4 in the USA or in India? The picture suggests the latter but I was never aware of RAV4s being sold in India.

Thanks locusjag. My dad stays in Bahrain and has this RAV4 there. Wish they launch it in India too.
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Completed 150k on my Swift DDiS VDi in last week. Engine is still going strong and returning 20 kmpl on highway. Gear synchronize rings and clutch were replaced at 70k. that's it.
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I don't think vehicle outside India would really apply to this thread.

Driving style, conditions and the terrain are a completely different ball game compared to the rest of the world, especially the middle east or even the U.S.

Vehicles here undergo harsher treatment and take a beating!

A car that would have completed 100,000km in India is definitely not the same as it is abroad!
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Completed 100000 KMS a few weeks back on SX4 VVT Petrol. Didnt expect I would clock in so much in a matter of 5 yrs. When I brought this vehicle I was doing about 10k every year on my diesel Indica. I thought then do go for petrol. Little did I know that I would end up servicing the vehicle twice a yr as a manage to clock in 10k every 6 months. Average running is about 60kms a day. Didnt have any major issues so far with the engine. Had a clutch replacement and some work with suspension side rods...
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